Microsoft has introduced DiscoverSharePoint.com, a new site geared towards driving SharePoint Adoption. This site is a great resource for helping end-users understand SharePoint and what’s in it for them. The site offers a use case catalog, how to guides and videos, and an adoption guide with recommendations on how to drive organic adoption of SharePoint based on research, learnings from customers, Yammer Customer Success Managers, field, and partners.
After integrating Office Web Apps Server 2013 with SharePoint Server 2013, a OneNote shared notebook will automatically be created upon creation of a Team Site. What if you don’t have OWA installed? Well, I got tasked to find this out today and here’s the results.
This white paper discusses enabling and using My Tasks for synchronization, both in SharePoint Online and SharePoint 2013 on-premises environments, and it also covers new integration functionality with Exchange Server 2013. This white paper covers configuration and administrative usage, as well as end-user experience, from both the SharePoint and Exchange Server perspectives.
Often it’s a requirement to have Versioning turned on in a SharePoint List or Library. Versioning is a list/library level attribute and there’s unfortunately no way via the Site Settings GUI to tell SharePoint at the Site Collection or Site level to always have versioning turned on when a new list or library is created..
It’s ironic to think of someone who invented a paradigm tied so directly to the X/Y axis as one who “think’s outside the box”, but yesterday the inventor of the computer mouse, Doug Englebart, passed away.
When dealing with the slew of SharePoint MS SQL databases that can be found in a typical install, it’s a bit of a time suck to check transaction log sizes manually. I put together the following T-SQL script to quickly show which transaction logs out of all the logs in the particular SQL instance, are above 299 MB in size. Adjust that threshold to your tastes.
I am now a Microsoft SharePoint MVP. A big thanks goes out to all my mentors & heroes in the world of Microsoft technologies- Sean & the itgroove team, Yaroslav Pentsarsky, Bjoern Rapp, Stephen Cawood, John Mitchell, Stefan Kamphuis, Erik van Ballegoij & all the Dotnetnuke folks, Chris Plasun, Tim Austin, the MSFT staff on the MSDN forums, Mark Russinovich, Joel Oleson, Spencer Harbar, Marc Anderson, Tobias Zimmerman, Randy Drisgill, Todd Klindt (& more!).
You may not know it yet, OneNote is a powerful tool for IT Pros to gather, manage, and use information essential for themselves and their team members. While this is an end user-friendly course, it is tailored to technologists looking for better ways to organize the information essential to both their professional and personal lives. Office.com’s Help & How-to trainers, Doug Thomas and Dave Ludwig lead a fast paced course full of samples and demos that shows how OneNote is used in common IT Pro scenarios like importing and commenting on requirements documents and easily capturing and sharing meeting notes. Learn how to streamline key projects, research, and task lists right alongside next year’s vacation plans and tonight’s grocery list.